Providers do not verify patient identity during computer order entry.

@article{Henneman2008ProvidersDN,
  title={Providers do not verify patient identity during computer order entry.},
  author={Philip L. Henneman and Donald L. Fisher and Elizabeth A. Henneman and Tuan Anh Pham and Yi You Mei and Rakesh Talati and Brian H Nathanson and Joan P Roche},
  journal={Academic emergency medicine : official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine},
  year={2008},
  volume={15 7},
  pages={641-8}
}
INTRODUCTION Improving patient identification (ID), by using two identifiers, is a Joint Commission safety goal. Appropriate identifiers include name, date of birth (DOB), or medical record number (MRN). OBJECTIVES The objectives were to determine the frequency of verifying patient ID during computerized provider order entry (CPOE). METHODS This was a prospective study using simulated scenarios with an eye-tracking device. Medical providers were asked to review 10 charts (scenarios), select… CONTINUE READING

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